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 By Sharon Resnick    News    August 8, 2013

Fort Seward fire hall restoration under way

To preserve or restore – it’s a question Joanne Waterman is thinking about a lot now that she and partner Phyllis Sage have purchased the former...

 
 By Sharon Resnick    News    August 1, 2013

New distillery nears grand opening

The gleaming stainless steel cooker and fermentation tanks, the copper-topped still, the metal-strapped oak barrels and the stout bottles all stand...

 
 By Sharon Resnick    News    August 1, 2013

Cuts in ferry system discounts, services loom

The ferry system’s 30 percent winter roundtrip discount is gone and come next summer, the “driver go free” option will disappear, too. Cuts to...

 
 By Sharon Resnick    News    October 4, 2012

After boat flips, trio spends night on log

Alaska State Trooper Josh Bentz of Juneau and residents Andrea Nelson and Dave Folletti spent more than 13 hours on a log in the upper Chilkat River...

 
 By Sharon Resnick    News    September 27, 2012

School was overbilled $225K for electric

Alaska Power and Telephone has overbilled the Haines Borough School District $225,057 for electricity. The error that caused the overbilling dates to...

 
 By Sharon Resnick    News    September 27, 2012

Assembly goes to electronic meeting packets

Meeting packets are a thing of the past for the Haines Borough Assembly. Instead of reams of paper, assembly members now each get an iPad, a...

 
 By Sharon Resnick    News    September 20, 2012

Distillery in works at Fort Seward

Irish monks called it the “water of life.” For Heather Shade and Sean Copeland whiskey is a way to make a living in Haines that will allow them...

 
 By Sharon Resnick    News    September 6, 2012

Local fish on school menu Tuesday

Local fish will make its inaugural appearance on the Haines Borough School District’s lunch menu Tuesday. The plan is for it to be served once each...